FORT RUCKER, Ala. -- The U.S. Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center has updated the Risk Management Information System to make it easier for users to find and review accident data to create safer, more-informed environments for today's Soldier in the field.

Better search tools, easier navigation and a more intuitive interface ensure that exploring the Army accident database is more productive than ever. The information is organized more efficiently for greater ease in finding sought-after data. In addition, there is now a news notification area for updated information and software versions.

Features include new reports encompassing more robust aviation and ground categories, multiple export capabilities for reports, and added feedback and tutorial features.

Current account holders will be automatically migrated to the new RMIS, where they can simply log in. The RMIS registration system for new accounts will be available beginning Aug. 13.

RMIS will locate accident data by location, equipment type, severity of injury, rates, grade, age, military occupational specialty, personnel classification, aviation rates and weather incidents.
Users must register to gain access, and authorization to use RMIS data is limited within the Department of Defense for accident prevention purposes only.

To learn more about RMIS, visit

Questions and feedback about RMIS may be directed to or

Visit the U.S. Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center website at